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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Hogs and Horns Open Line

Posted By on Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 4:58 PM

HOGS HIRE: Arkansas announced today that they've hired Tennessee offensive line coach Sam Pittman, who will fill the same role for the Razorbacks.

BOOT EM HORNS: Bill Clinton sporting some ridiculous boots that might not have played well when he was an Arkansas politician.

WALMART AND MEDICAID: What happens to Walmart workers in states that reject Medicaid expansion?

SUSAN RICE SAYS UNCLE: She withdraws her name from consideration as Secretary of State. Gene Lyons' take on the whole Rice story:

What began as a tragedy in Benghazi has degenerated into a classic Washington farce: with Fox News and its allies pushing GOP political correctness, politicians faking indignation for TV cameras, and "mainstream" pundits advancing a false story line for dramatic purposes.

What I really want to know: What will Hillary do?

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